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Lilliput BM150-6G Carry-On 4K Monitor (V-Mount)

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Lilliput BM150-6G Carry-On 4K Monitor (V-Mount)
Key Features
  • 15" 3840 x 2160 8-Bit LCD
  • Supports NTSC/PAL, HD, and UHD 4K
  • HDMI, SDI, DVI, and VGA Inputs
  • 176° H/V Viewing Angle
Built into a hard case, the Lilliput BM150-6G is a 15" native UHD 4K monitor useful for both studio and field situations. The full capacity of the 3840 x 2160 UHD resolution 8-bit panel can be driven at up to 30 fps by any of the three HDMI 1.4 inputs and the 6G-SDI input, or up to 60 fps by the single HDMI 2.0 input. DVI and VGA inputs are available as well. Video signals input via any of these ports will be properly scaled to fit the entire screen. Analog audio from the RCA inputs or embedded digital audio from video inputs can be heard using the monitor's built-in speakers or the 3.5mm headphone output.
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Screen Size
15.6"
28"
SDI Support
3G-SDI
6G-SDI
Battery Mount Type
Gold Mount
V-Mount

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Lilliput BM150 Overview

Built into a hard case, the Lilliput BM150-6G is a 15" native UHD 4K monitor useful for both studio and field situations. The full capacity of the 3840 x 2160 UHD resolution 8-bit panel can be driven at up to 30 fps by any of the three HDMI 1.4 inputs and the 6G-SDI input, or up to 60 fps by the single HDMI 2.0 input. DVI and VGA inputs are available as well. Video signals input via any of these ports will be properly scaled to fit the entire screen. Analog audio from the RCA inputs or embedded digital audio from video inputs can be heard using the monitor's built-in speakers or the 3.5mm headphone output.

For power, this monitor accepts a wide range of voltages ranging from 12 to 24 VDC. In the studio, the included power supply plugs the BM150-4K into the wall, and the 75/100mm VESA mount can be utilized for mounting on a stand. The included tally connector passes tally information through to the monitor when connected to a switcher. While in the field, the monitor will accept battery power via the built-in V-mount plate. It can be stood up vertically using the rubber feet built into the monitor's hard case, and a sunshade is included for increased visibility outdoors.

Features

Monitoring Tools

  • Peaking
  • Blue-only
  • Image rotation/flip
  • Overscan
  • Underscan
  • Image freeze
  • Aspect ratio selection
  • Screen markers
  • Color temperature adjustment

Assignable Buttons

Using the four assignable buttons on the front panel, you can quickly turn any four essential monitoring tools on and off without venturing into the monitor's menu system.

Carry-On Enclosure

The included hard case/enclosure improves the robustness of the monitor's metal chassis, useful when venturing outside controlled environments. A rear opening gives easy access to all the monitor's ports and accessory mounts.

Supports Wireless HDMI (WHDI) Technology

With a separately available WHDI receiver, the BM230-4K can accept wireless HDMI signals from up to 50' away for a hassle-free cordless connection. With the WHDI system in place one transmitter can broadcast to multiple receivers, so no splitter is required for multi-monitor viewing.

Lilliput BM150 Specs

Display
Panel TypeLCD
Display Size15.6" / 39.6 cm
Resolution3840 x 2160
Aspect Ratio16:9
Viewing AngleHorizontal: 176°
Vertical: 176°
TouchscreenNo
Maximum Brightness330 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio1000:1
Bit Depth / Color Support8-Bit (16.7 Million Colors)
Real-Time LUT MonitoringNo
Image ControlsColor Temperature Selection, Focus Peaking, Image Flip, R/G/B/Chroma Only, Screen Markers, Underscan
I/O
Video1 x HDMI Type A (HDMI 2.0) Input
3 x HDMI Type A (HDMI 1.4) Input
1 x BNC (6G-SDI) Input
1 x BNC (6G-SDI) Output
1 x DVI-I (Dual-Link DVI) Input
1 x DE-15/DB-15 (VGA) Input
Audio1 x 2RCA Line Input
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Headphone Output
Built-In Speaker2
Power I/O1 x XLR 4-Pin Input
Other I/O1 x Tally (DE-9/DB-9)
Media/Memory Card SlotNone
Power
DC Input Power12 to 24 VDC
Battery Type1 x V-Mount
Mounting
Mounting-Hole Pattern100 x 100 mm, 75 x 75 mm
MountingNone
Environmental
Operating Temperature32 to 140°F / 0 to 60°C
Storage Temperature-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
General
Dimensions15.3 x 10.5 x 1.5" / 38.9 x 26.7 x 3.8 cm
20.6 x 12 x 6.7" / 52.3 x 30.5 x 17 cm, Including Case
Weight20 lb / 9.07 kg
38 lb / 17.24 kg, Including Case
Packaging Info
Package Weight28.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23.9 x 15.9 x 10.2"

Lilliput BM150 Reviews

Best unit at this price point, but not without drawbacks.

By Leif
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-06

Solidly built, nice monitor. I wish Lilliput could solve a few quirks. Quirk 1--the included 4-pin power connector is straight (not 90 degree) and therefore must be removed before putting the case covers in place. Even though they've designed a clever little mounting bracket for the brick power supply so it can remain attached to the back side of the screen, you still have to unplug it from the unit before packing up, a real annoyance for something that could've been easily solved with a right-angle connector. The menu structure is not intuitive at all, and the unit defaults to overscanning the source. That means that fresh from the factory the unit will not display a 4K HDMI source correctly, hiding 10% of the image on all sides. Dive into the manual to learn how to disable it, because just going through the menus on the screen didn't readily offer a solution. Lastly it's super weird that it will display an HDMI2.0 signal at 4K60 but is still limited to 3G SDI. Why not display 12G as well? My suspicion is that this hardware will, in fact, do it--or maybe could do it with a very minor upgrade--but the manufacturer has withheld that feature for a future model...the way Apple has historically developed multiple iPhone technologies simultaneously but only releasing each phone generation with a single major feature additions (ie, camera, GPS, etc) so as to compel consumers to buy the next version before their current phone actually wears out.

I would like to buy this produt again and again

By Ezequias
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-10-31

Love it this great monitor for director

Nice location monitor

By Curtis
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-23

This is a good deal for a basic location / set monitor. Not the super color correct of the high priced units but plenty good enough for general location shoots and director reviews. It would be nice if it could handle/load LUTs but at this price point I can't really complain too much. Well made and the case is bullet proof.

Perfect for my low application

By William C
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-02-03

Very easy to setup and use.

Great monitor for the price

By Matthew
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-04-29

I would give it five stars, but it even though I LOVE this monitor, it has a few small ticks against it. PROS: �Everything you read about the specs is good. �Switching from full screen to 4-up takes a few seconds, not a problem. �Color is good, sharpness is good... �really improved my stationary video work. Cons: The cons are few, but they might make a difference to some. First off,� The photo isn't true. �It does not come with a screen protector as shown in the photos. �The holes are there, but there is no plexiglass (or glass) shield mounted to those holes. Secondly,� Buy a stand mount for the VESA holes. �This means the that you need to relocate the V-mount battery plate (not much of an issue). �The monitor has no ability to be tilted or positioned comfortably, so it only stands straight up. �Mounting it to a stand gives you a world of options. �I had used a large spring clamp to suspend the monitor by its top handle... the weight of the monitor caused the top plate (of the case) to flex, which caused the sides of the 19" rack to squeeze inward, which caused the metal facia around the monitor to bend a little and bulge outward. �Bummer. �So the VESA mount is crucial. Finally:� You might not be able switch from full screen to four up WHILE RECORDING and viewing via HDMI. �If you do, you stand a chance of stopping a camera from recording. �My Panasonic DVX200 has no issue, but my Canon 5d MK III will stop recording when switching from full screen to 4-up. �I guess it gets some kind of signal back via HDMI that causes it to stop recording. ALSO, the 5dMKIII does not show the full screen, the monitor slightly crops the sides of the screen. �It is POSSIBLE that I have missed a setting in the monitor, but usually there is a special setting in monitors to deal with specific issues related to resolution switching when viewing during recording. �This monitor does not appear to have that. ANYWAY, sounds like a lot of complaining, but I WOULD DEFINITELY BUY THIS MONITOR AGAIN. �The small issues (that take a long time to describe) don't deter from the great investment this monitor presents.

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